Technologies by Thad Starner
Passive Learning via Wearable Haptic Stimuli System
Fast, simple, and effective for learning chorded input with activities including typing and reading braille and playing piano
Self-Powered Highly Stretchable Sensing Interface for Gesture Recognition
Rethinking the materiality of tangible input interfaces used in human health monitoring, assistive technologies, musical instruments, and more
A Sensor That Converts Everyday Objects into Microphones
Thin, flexible, easily manufactured SATURN (Self-Powered Audio Triboelectric Ultra-Thin Rollable Nanogenerator) microphone with self-powered communication
A device that translates muscle tension to braille-like phrases
Motor Function Recovery System for Stroke Patients
A method to stimulate certain areas of the body to improve motor function post-stroke
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